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Wine Blog Posts in Mourvèdre and Blind Tastings

HOW TO CONDUCT A BLIND WINE TASTING

HOW TO CONDUCT A BLIND WINE TASTING

March 18, 2017

Blind wine tasting is a term used to describe a wine tasting event in which the consumers are not aware of the identity of the wine they taste. This so-called blind technique is used by wine profes... (more)

LADIES NIGHT

LADIES NIGHT

September 06, 2016

Meeting Annie Favia at a recent tasting was invigorating and informative.  One expects the unexpected when it comes to talented Winemakers and their wide-ranging personalities, and Annie didn&... (more)

BABYLONSTOREN: SOUTH AFRICA WINE TASTING AT BOSTON WINE SCHOOL

BABYLONSTOREN: SOUTH AFRICA WINE TASTING AT BOSTON WINE SCHOOL

September 22, 2015

I had the pleasure of meeting and tasting with Gene Azurmendi from Catamarca Imports and Ellisa Cooper, Brand Ambassador USA for Babyonstoren Winery and Farmland which is located in South Africa. T... (more)

LESS IS MORE, BUT NOT MOURVÈDRE

LESS IS MORE, BUT NOT MOURVÈDRE

November 26, 2014

Cabernet Sauvignon is the king.  Merlot was once the usurper, but has fallen back to regroup.  Syrah was a challenger for a hot minute but could not nail down a global identity.  Spe... (more)

WOMEN IN WINE, TASTING BLIND, DOING FINE

WOMEN IN WINE, TASTING BLIND, DOING FINE

December 02, 0002

If you read this blog with any regularity, you know I’m a big believer in blind tasting (and if you read it with irregularity, you should drink more wine).  On a recent jaunt to the ... (more)

BLIND LEADING THE BLIND TASTING

BLIND LEADING THE BLIND TASTING

December 02, 0002

Recently, I served as a judge at a wine tasting held by the Tasting Panel Magazine.  I am, as one of my fellow tasters (and former employees) so delicately put it, “a veteran taster&rdqu... (more)

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